Now that you're in practice, you may have found out the hard way that law school did not prepare you for the business side of running a law practice or managing a law office.
They omitted some of the more challenging issues you’re now facing, such as...
- The accounting problems
- The cost of technology
- Drafting representation and fee agreements that comply with the Rules of Professional Conduct
- The headache of hiring and keeping good employees
- Getting and keeping good clients
Because of these and other issues related to managing your practice you've watched your free time, social life, and restful sleep all turn into fond memories.
Whether you became a practicing lawyer last week, last year, or last decade, the problems don’t change – only their size, and their impact on you and those around you.
Practice411 can help!
Find the resources you need in Practice411 or contact Christopher Shattuck, the State Bar’s Law Practice Assistance Manager, for a personalized assistance!
Call: (800) 444-9404, ext. 6012
Practicing law is never easy, but managing a career, building a practice, and having a balanced life get even tougher in a down economy. In response, we’ve put together a collection of resources to help you during this trying time.
Here you find links to resources housed on WisBar.org or on other sites.